Dedicated to keeping the spirit of campdrafting alive, Kelvin continues to train and mentor young riders so that they can experience some of the golden era of country living.
KELVIN GREGORY, 78
Stockman Kelvin is committed to keeping the unique Australian sport of campdrafting alive by mentoring young riders, and making them legends on horseback in the process. A legend himself, Kelvin has the love and respect of his community, as he continues to pass on his teachings even close to 80 years of age, with no plans of stopping.
ANNE KEEN – TREECHANGE FILMS
Anne Keen is a journalist currently working for Australian Community Media (ACM), a writer working on publishing her first novel, and a documentarian. Over the past five years immersed in print journalism, Anne reconnected with her passion for visual storytelling. Her first documentary and solo project, Undermining a Community was selected for the 2020 Far South Film Festival. In 2020, she co-founded Treechange Films which completed its first documentary in January 2021, Nanna Power: The story of the Gloucester Knitting Nannas. Nanna Power: The story of the Gloucester Knitting Nannas was officially selected for the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival and Far South Film Festival.
Born in Canada, Anne spent time as part of the newsgathering team at Global Television in Toronto, and Entertainment Tonight in Hollywood, as well as working in production on numerous films and television shows in North America before moving to Australia in 2000. She has a Bachelor of Media and Communications with a major in Writing and Publishing and a Broadcast Journalism diploma. She is a journalist with Australian Community Media and a fiction writer working on publishing her first novel.
Anne is passionate about finding and capturing the unique and thought provoking stories of regional Australians.